The Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has created the greatest health hazard this generation has known. OSHA, the federal agency tasked with creating regulations for employers to ensure they keep their workplaces safe, has been actively creating new rules and regulations that HR needs to be aware of to ensure legal compliance. Recently, OSHA issued several guidances instructing employers on how best to handle workplace safety in light of COVID-19. These guidelines are essential for HR and provide valuable information on best practices for HR to keep the workplace safe during the Coronavirus pandemic. This relevant up-to-date live webinar will provide an overview of what employers can do and steps they should take to ensure compliance with new OSHA guidance. HR Learning Center LLC’s live webinar will also assist HR in understanding best practices for complying with an employer’s responsibilities and legal obligations under OSHA during the COVID-19 threat. This informative live webinar will make sure that you in HR understand and comply with OSHA’’s most recent guidance to ensure legal compliance and help keep your workplace safe.
Some of the many things you will learn during this live webinar:
- What is HR’s role in ensuring a safe and legally compliant workplace
- HR’s responsibilities for OSHA compliance
- Employer’s obligations and responsibilities under OSHA COVID-19 Guiance
- Understand the new COVID-19 guidance issued by OSHA and what is required to ensure legal compliance
- Learn best practices for developing safety plans that ensure worker safety during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Methods to ensure “social distancing” in the workplace
- Understanding pandemic safety hazards during this Coronavirus health crisis
- Learn how to ensure compliance with an employer’s legal responsibilities for accurate documentation, record-keeping and retention of records
- Recommended best practices for employees to report incidents and to record safety incidents not only in the workplace but also for telecommuting employees
- Is COVID-19 a recordable illness on OSHA Form 300?
- Learn what OSHA requires for posting posters and best practices to ensure you are legally compliant
- And much more!